We have over 400 festivals each year in Louisiana. There is truly something for everyone who wants to enjoy our food, music, art, and people. We love that we have so many festivals to choose from!

The Experience Louisiana Festival will once again be held on Saturday, October 20 on the grounds of LSU-E in Eunice. Most activities will take place at the Acadian Center, and the festival runs from 10:00 am - 5:00 pm. Celebrating music, food, folklife, film, arts, crafts and culture, the festivities are sponsored by the Eunice Rotary Club , and include a car show, local vendors, food, demonstrations, and of course, live music.

According to their official website, 'The mission of the Experience Louisiana Festival is to celebrate all of the cultures, cuisine, music, and traditions of the State of Louisiana'.

The schedule of events is below, so make plans to attend on Saturday, October 20th!

10:00am   Festival Officially Opens
Food Booths Open (Main Grounds)
Folklife Village Opens — Folk Demonstrators
      Artist Village Opens
      Classic Car & Truck Show Opens, Coordinated by Mark Denette & 105-5 KEUN
      Vendor Booths Open
11:00am   Film Village Opens (Time TBA): Mon Cher Camarade, USA - LA / 2009 / Director Pat Mire / 57 min.
​                   Canneci N'de Band of Lipan Apache Drumming & Dancing (Main Stage Break)
11:30am   BAND:  CFMA Young Musicians (Main Stage)
​12:00pm  LSUE LeDoux Library: "The Paintings of Joann E. Quillman" - co-author Gail Quillman Vidrine
1:00pm   Attakapas Opelousas Prairie Tribe Drumming & Dancing (Main Stage Break)
LSUE Bengal Baseball vs McNeese State University Baseball (Bengal Stadium)
LSUE Bengal Softball vs UL-Lafayette Ragin Cajuns Softball (Lady Bengal Stadium)
​                Afternoon Short Films:
Le Voisinage / USA - LA / 2017 / Director Stephen Meaux / Documentary / 30 min.
Forked Island / USA - LA / 2014 / Director Stephen Meaux / Documentary / 3:23 min.
Adam Dans Ma Cuisine / USA - LA / 2017 / Director Stephen Meaux / Documentary / 4:07 min.
Equand je t'ai vue / USA - LA / 2017 / Director Stephen Meaux / Documentary / 17 min.
1:30pm   BAND:Geno Delafose & French Rockin’ Boogie (Main Stage)

2:00pm  LSUE LeDoux Library: "The Book That Wanted to be Red" reading - author Jerica Guillory
3:00pm   The Silver Belles Dance Group (Main Stage Break)

LSUE LeDoux Library: "Three Little Shrimp" reading - author J. Steven Spires

3:30pm   BAND:  The Savoy Family Band (Main Stage)
4:00pm   LSUE Bengal Baseball vs LSU Alexandria Baseball (Bengal Stadium)
LSUE LeDoux Library: "The Oak Tree" reading - author J. Steven Spires

5:00pm   Festival Closes


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